Suffering Unseen: How ‘The Invisible Man’ Tackles Abuse – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Invisible Man has proven yet another success for Blumhouse, bringing H. G. Wells’ classic novel to the screen with a fresh new take, and also tackling the timely issue of abusive relationships. One of the most uniquely unsettling aspects of The Invisible Man is how it tackles the subject of abuse, something that, apart from the central premise, it does with shocking realism. For … Continue reading Suffering Unseen: How ‘The Invisible Man’ Tackles Abuse – ScreenHub Entertainment

How ‘Invisible Man’ Differs from Past Adaptations – ScreenHub Entertainment

The recent adaptation of H. G. Wells’ The Invisible Man has proven an unexpected treat. Brought to vivid life by the horror maestros at Blumhouse, this latest screen version of the seminal novel differs vastly from previous iterations from the story, allowing it to inject some new life into one of Universal Studios’ most impressive and long-lasting monsters. Leigh Whannell’s adaptation is a superb exercise … Continue reading How ‘Invisible Man’ Differs from Past Adaptations – ScreenHub Entertainment

When He Wasn’t Michael Myers, Nick Castle Made Our Childhoods Awesome – ScreenHub Entertainment

In a world of celebrities and superstars, it might be hard to think there are any unsung heroes in Hollywood. Believe it or not, one of those unsung heroes happens to be one of the most recognizable faces in horror. In the original Halloween, notorious spree killer Michael Myers was brought to life by an actor named Nick Castle. Castle’s portrayal of The Shape permanently … Continue reading When He Wasn’t Michael Myers, Nick Castle Made Our Childhoods Awesome – ScreenHub Entertainment

Early Reactions Reveal Details, Give Cause For Optimism On ‘Halloween Kills’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Halloween Kills, the second film in David Gordon Green’s Michel Myers trilogy, has had its first test screening. Early buzz after the screening has given cause for cautious optimism, as apparently audiences enjoyed the film, and have even shared some interesting details that point to an ambitious sequel. More of the Night He Came Home The new sequel apparently takes a few pointers from 1981’s … Continue reading Early Reactions Reveal Details, Give Cause For Optimism On ‘Halloween Kills’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Paul Rudd’s Odd ‘Halloween’ Relationship – ScreenHub Entertainment

It’s not unusual to find a big name actor who got their start in horror. A popular genre, horror has proven an effective springboard for future superstars like Jamie Lee Curtis, Kevin Bacon, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jason Alexander and so many others. Among these names is Marvel superstar Paul Rudd, who went toe to toe with Michael Myers long before donning his Ant-Man suit. But even … Continue reading Paul Rudd’s Odd ‘Halloween’ Relationship – ScreenHub Entertainment

What’s Next For ‘Alien’? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Where do we go from here? That seems to be the common question about the Alien series these days. Since its 1979 release, the original has consistently been called one of the greatest science fiction movies ever made. The last 40 years have been spent trying to recapture that spirit, and the results have been very hit and miss. Since 2017, it’s been hard to … Continue reading What’s Next For ‘Alien’? – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Dolemite’ Proves Career Highlight for Eddie Murphy – ScreenHub Entertainment

Movies about movies are a risky affair as, or the most part, audiences aren’t interested in the process of film-making. They are interested in people, which is why the larger than life personalities chronicled in Ed Wood and The Disaster Artist proved to so magnetic. Eddie Murphy’s latest film, Dolemite Is My Name, is very similar to these titles, in how it chronicles the making … Continue reading ‘Dolemite’ Proves Career Highlight for Eddie Murphy – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Knives Out’ Cuts To The Funny Bone – ScreenHub Entertainment

It’s rare for a movie like Knives Out to live up to the star power of its ensemble, but then again, Knives Out is a rare movie. The movie is very much in the same category of such works as Clue: The Movie, but rather than being derivative, Knives Out manages to stay unique, spinning a darkly comical tale about a dysfunctional family self destructing … Continue reading ‘Knives Out’ Cuts To The Funny Bone – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Sad Clown: How ‘Joker’ Empathizes With Poverty – ScreenHub Entertainment

If art reflects the time in which it’s made, then Joker may be one of the most timely films made in recent years. In an era of cynicism and hopelessness, Joker taps into deep-rooted anger that’s rapidly spreading all over the world as inequality and global upheaval seems to only be getting worse. The early 70s were a similar time, with America still entrenched in … Continue reading The Sad Clown: How ‘Joker’ Empathizes With Poverty – ScreenHub Entertainment

How ‘The Lighthouse’ Torments Its Audience – ScreenHub Entertainment

From the opening shot, The Lighthouse is an exercise in psychological torment. This is hardly a detriment to the film. It’s an unpleasant experience, but this is by design. In a superb example of both filmmaking and storytelling, Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson’s new film employs numerous tricks of the trade to torture its audience as much as possible, thereby creating a constant feeling of … Continue reading How ‘The Lighthouse’ Torments Its Audience – ScreenHub Entertainment